Last night, right before I stepped into the shower, I opened the built-in cabinet to retrieve a towel and washcloth. To my dismay, the towels were a disastrous mess and the washcloths were not in stacks. Obviously, Husband had “put away” laundry. I remedied the situation by (taking a picture and posting it to Facebook) re-folding each towel and washcloth.

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I don’t want y’all to think my house is neat and tidy and organized, because it’s not. In fact, it’s quite gross at the moment. I am not in the running for Housewife Of the Year.

The utility room has more dirt and grass than Blue’s pasture. There is also an “explosion” of footwear and a towel that was used last week for wet shoes after a rainy day. Don’t mind the weapon in the corner, it’s a pellet gun for critters trying to sneak into the barn.

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There are several families of dust bunnies taking up residence behind the couch and in the hallway. They like to congregate in corners, out of the way of high-traffic areas.

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The kitchen floor needs to be swept and mopped. The dishwasher needs to be unloaded so it can be loaded with dirty dishes again.

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Because this post is gross and I don’t want you to hate me, I’ll share pictures of pork fat. We all know that bacon is the bee’s knees and ain’t nobody got time for making a bigger mess in the kitchen!!! Hmmph.

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Oh, what? You don’t bake your bacon? Preheat your oven to 325, line a baking sheet with parchment, arrange slices of bacon in a single layer, and bake for 20 minutes (flip once). Increase temp to 375 for 5-10 minutes if you like your bacon extra crispy.

Please don’t hate me for having a messy house. Thank you. Amen.

2013